Do we know whose work this is? It’s one of the entries in the current Polymer Clay Central Challenge. This month’s selection has been extended a few days and there’s still time to vote.

Half the fun is trying to identify the artist’s signature in his/her work and in this lovely monochromatic necklace, there’s no color clue. Guesses?

Dear dreadlocked daughter (here’s her travel blog) is visiting and it’s inhospitable to be on the computer all evening…just a short post.

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  • reply Kim Cavender ,

    One of the most beautiful pieces I’ve ever seen! I have a couple of guess about who it may belong to but will remain silent so as not to interfere with the rules of the competition.

    • reply Trina Williams ,

      It got my vote! Can’t wait to find out who it is.

      • reply Merrie ,

        I love it. One of the beads makes me think of someone who posts on PCC I think her name is KAROOT.

        Very very nice.

        • reply Sherry Bailey ,

          Now that voting is finished, I can tell you how flattered and amazed I was to find my necklace posted here! I finally found a use for Sculpey Ultralight!! Thanks for the compliments! I like it too. (A direction I haven’t gone before, obviously not one I should abandon just yet!!)

          • reply KellyK ,

            Sherry, this is lovely! You have come a long long way in the past 10 years!! (not that you didn’t start off way ahead of a lot of us!)

            Kelly

            • reply Polymer Clay Daily » Freeform Monday ,

              […] Last week’s white necklace mystery has been solved (and my guess was wrong) and the creator is Sherry Bailey who was experimenting with UltraLight clay. Keep experimenting! […]

              • reply April Blue ,

                It is unusual! Has a fresh appealing look of innocence mixed with intelligent design and flair! I would buy it in a heartbeat! It would be nice if she could create all the colors via her method.Keep on the good work!

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